Arched tunnel of lights in Kew Gardens. Pick your metaphor. So, 2021. What a year. Long post alert. My last for a while hopefully. This one is all about me and it is quite personal but I want to share and celebrate. Peace and love friends xxx For many people, life slows down a bit … Continue reading 2021 is over. Long live 2021.
Watching the Beatles documentary. Fascinating stuff and incredibly watchable. Here are 5 thoughts in no particular order: Paul McCartney is clearly a cut above the others in terms of musical ability, charisma, and leadership.(This could be a consequence of the filming and editing process but...) Without mobile phones their recording life comes across as much … Continue reading 5 Thoughts on The Beatles Get Back
Ben Shapiro. This is your mother, Mama Shapiro. Your father told me that I shouldn't leave you this message because it was so long ago and you're probably over it by now or at least terribly embarrassed and you want to forget it. But I only just heard it and I was so worried about … Continue reading Voice Note from Ben Shapiro’s Mother
Listen to this article Dearest reader. I have a confession to make. Although I come across transparently as some kind of divine, beautiful, prolific, charming, delicious, hovering, glowing, idea-generating sky daddy, I am in fact a (kind of) human being. I have flaws like anyone. One of the flaws typical of Gods like Jupiter, Dagr … Continue reading Are You Being Too Much?
The look of a man wrestling with a jar of pickled cucumbers Because the four of you who regularly check in on my blog seem to love my self-aggrandising Jordan Peterson posts so much, I have decided to give a review of each of his 12 rules for life. Why should you care about my … Continue reading Reviewing Each of Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules For Life
Credit https://www.pikrepo.com/ffpbn/person-giving-food-to-chick Those of you who follow me on Facebook may know that I've been re-evaluating my charitable giving. Here is the conclusion of that re-evaluation process.I'm putting this up publicly because I hope it encourages others to donate too. I also hope that other people read this and can add to their perspectives on … Continue reading How Much Should You Give To Charity?
School: Stereotyping is bad and based on false prejudices about people Real life experience: Every woman who is into both game dev and witchcraft is bisexual Everyone who graduated from a Russel Group university and is now doing a professional job in London is part of a D&D group Everyone who has lots of trans … Continue reading Stereotypes
Hi all! I am making a new video series for the duration of the lockdown, and maybe beyond. It's called "Mungo Investigates" and in it I attempt to answer your complex philosophical, historical or political questions in a single take. The first episode is out, and in it I answer the question "Does the arc … Continue reading New Video Series – Mungo Investigates
Those of you who have been following me on other channels may know that I have been playing through some slightly older games recently. I finished Dark Souls last month, and have been whipping and thwacking my way through Bloodborne bit by bit. Halo is much older than these. It was a childhood favourite. My … Continue reading Is Halo 1 Still A Masterpiece?
The BBC faces its 100th anniversary. Will it still be around to have a 200th? The Prime Ministers' Chief of Staff Dominic Cummings has written much about the need to transform the BBC and expand the ideological space for the right. His thinktank wrote “There are three structural things that the right needs to happen … Continue reading The end of the BBC?